Thom Calandra of the Calandra Report shares some of the lithium, graphite and uranium companies he’s interested in right now.
Chris Blasi of precious metals dealer Neptune Global Holdings explains why he thinks investors should be cautious with cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.
Bryce Bradley of Thunderstruck Resources shares the next catalysts for her company’s four main projects in mining-friendly Fiji.
Day mentions a few gold stocks he likes currently and discusses factors that could impact the gold market moving forward.
By Jocelyn Aspa
A Cybersecurity Ventures report indicates ransomware costs will exceed $5 billion in 2017, up from $325 million in 2015–what can be done from preventing these attacks from happening?
Bill Murphy of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee explains his organization’s mission and why he believes investors should not lose faith in gold.
Gartman comments on gold, oil and the commodities space as a whole, sharing which sector he thinks is most compelling right now.
James is still interested in gold and uranium, but there’s another group of metals that has caught his attention in 2017.
Nicholas Konkin of Golden Arrow talks about the company’s milestone deal with SSR Mining, what steps are coming next and where silver is headed.
Hodge, who runs the Outsider Club, explains why he thinks a uranium rally isn’t far off. He also touches on gold, cryptocurrencies and cannabis stocks.
Thom Calandra of the Calandra Report takes on gold and cryptocurrencies in this interview from the recent New Orleans Investment Conference.
In October, Spain’s worst fears were realised as Catalans voted in favour of independence and exacerbated a political crisis that has sent an entire nation into a downward, economic spiral.
Fulp also discusses base metals, where the gold price is going in the short term and what other companies he’s interested in right now.
Lundin lays out his argument on why a higher gold price is inevitable and talks about what it takes to put on the New Orleans Investment Conference.
Casey makes the case for acting less like an investor and more like a speculator — someone who capitalizes on bubbles and distortions in the market.
By Pia Rivera
INN caught up with resource companies at the New Orleans Investment Conference and told us the most important things investors should know about their companies.
Major miners need to boost their reserves, says Brent Cook of Exploration Insights. And they’ll be looking at this type of junior to do so.